Can not wait to see American Hustle. Everyone seems to be raving about it. This new clip features Amy Adams and Christian Bale.
Who is heading out to see the movie when it hits December 20th. It’s already won Best Film of 2013 from the NYFCC.
Gorgeous! Such a fantastic scene and the music, oh heavens, so perfect.
Okay – so this movie sounds like it’s my life. Internet stalking – social media finding – well, that’s something that my friends and I can do. Let’s all not lie to each other, we can find anyone on Instagram or Faceboook. You find your boyfriends friends, your girlfriends friends, and you make sure that they aren’t up to no good.
Back to He’s F–ing Perfect. It’s the story of…
a social media-savvy girl who is pessimistic about love and vets her friends’ dates to find flaws. When that process leads her to uncover the perfect guy, she decides to use her Internet research skills to turn herself into his perfect match.
And the person who will play the lead? That’s Amanda Seyfried. She’s play the Social Media-Savvy Girl. Call us if you need pointers!
Just Jared got an exclusive with Vampire Academy‘s Christian Ozera, who is played by the ever pretty, but fun-loving Dominic Sherwood. They asked him the nitty gritty questions and he delivered mostly. Apparently the one set item he’d like to have taken home is a spoiler… what?! So the boy kept us in the dark, but talked Valentine’s Day plans, crushes on Blonde Country Singers, embarrassing moments, his eccentric tendencies, who’d survive in the Hunger Games arena and a love of an eclectic mix of music.
But he also got asked to describe in one word only each person in Vampire Academy that he worked with directly. I thought it was adorable how he was so quick to answer and have a descriptor for every one of them.
JJ: Zoey Deutch?
JJ: Olga Kurylenko?
JJ: Sami Gayle?
JJ: Danila Kozlovsky?
JJ: Lucy Fry?
JJ: Cameron Monaghan?
DS: Hard working.
JJ: Claire Foy?
JJ: Ashley Charles?
DS: Fun… again. (laughs)
JJ: Will Tudor?
DS: Will is a really good friend of mine! Will is just awesome, that’s it.
JJ: Did we miss anyone else?
DS: Ed Holcroft! He’s posh and hilarious, those are the two words I would use to describe him. Gabriel Bryne, as well. The best way to describe him is just… actor. He’s absolutely amazing.
Rob Thomas is doing his best to keep the fans in the loop. He is really wonderful that way. So here you go, everyone who asked and I promised updates if this question were to be addressed directly by the Veronica Mars camp… here you go:
For today, let’s cover a few of the most common questions.
A: We don’t know yet, but we’re working on figuring that out. It’s not a simple question, so I doubt we’ll have an answer until at least January. As soon as we do, I’ll tell you.
A: This one is easy: it doesn’t. If your Kickstarter rewards include a digital download of the movie, we’ve always promised that you’ll get it within a few days of the film’s theatrical debut. That’s still the plan. For DVD and Blu-Ray rewards, I’m told that we’re hoping to ship those out in early May, but that’s still subject to change. We’ll keep you posted if it does.
A: This probably won’t work, but I’ll try it anyway: please help us out. If you’ve got questions that can wait, please hold onto them. (Responding to questions that don’t have answers slows our Customer Support team down, and it takes them longer to respond to questions that do.) I promise, if we have information, you’ll either find it in these updates or the official FAQ.
If you still have urgent questions — as in, time-is-of-the-essence or someone-might-die urgent — you might also try asking other backers in the comments on Kickstarter or the Backers’ Website. (Most of the questions we get, we get a lot.) If none of that works,then you should email Customer Support as detailed in the FAQ.
Be advised: if we’re receiving a lot of questions, it’ll take them longer to respond. Otherwise, it should take 2-3 days to get a response to your question.
A: Right now, we’re finishing up visual effects and finalizing the soundtrack. We’re also trying to lock picture by Dec. 20th, so I can get back to Austin for my wife’s birthday and remind her who I am. It’s going to be like a scene out of Sommersby.
Then, with a confirmed release date and a finished print, we’ll move into the marketing and promotional phase, in hopes of making the movie as successful as we can.
So there you have it folks, they’re working hard to bring us the greatest, widest release possible of Veronica Mars, but their hands are tied by the distributor. The best way to kickstart this project, you know what I mean… kickstart it even more and into more theaters, is by being aware of how resources must be alloted and not taking up their time with answering the phones and then, when it does come out, do our best to see it in the theater boosting sales and national support for the film.
Yay for Friday and Benedict Cumberbatch on the press junket for Sherlock and the Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug.
Benedict Cumberbatch at the Press Conference of Desolation of Smaug in Los Angeles (4/12/2013):
Love the new pictures from Transformers. I have to admit, I am happy that Shia Lebouf isn’t in it anymore. And I am thrilled that Mark Wahlberg is. Yes – as you all know, I am a fan of those Wahlberg men.
And what is it that excites me the most? Well that would be that Wahlberg has signed on for three!
In an interesting roundtable discussion THR held with some notable producers behind awards contenders (watch the whole thing here), Mark Wahlberg talked about the difficulties of signing up actors and renegotiating as a franchise gets successful. While the actor-producer at first explained all the problems getting the “Entourage” movie off the ground—“Everybody’s saying it was all about money. It wasn’t, necessarily”—he also talked about his own experiences as an actor at the mercy of other producers, saying “You know ‘Transformers,’ I definitely had to sign up for three. Does that mean we’ll make three? No, it doesn’t.”